Rudy Duncan has joined GreenWood as Site Manager at our project location in Carrollton, Georgia. Rudy leads the GreenWood team responsible for executing maintenance best practices that support manufacturing and facility operations through a continuous improvement process centered on world class safety standards. For this leadership role, Rudy brings expertise gained from previous manufacturing responsibilities as Maintenance Supervisor, Project Manager, Program Manager, and Technical Services Supervisor after spending time at Stanley Black & Decker, John Bean Technologies Corporation (JBT), Schwan’s Global Supply Chain, Tyson Foods, and Perdue Farms.
Rudy holds a Bachelor of Science in Project Management from Columbia Southern University as well as an Associates of Applied Science in Technical Studies from Middle Georgia Technical College.
Several members from Team GreenWood joined fellow maintenance and reliability professionals at SMRP in Raleigh, North Carolina. The 30th annual conference brought professionals from around the world to Raleigh for four days of education, networking, innovation and more. GreenWood proudly supports SMRP by participating in these events each year and in the past has taken an active role at the state chapter level. SMRP is a not-for-profit professional society formed by practitioners to advance the maintenance, reliability and physical asset management profession. Pictured from GreenWood are Chris Daily, John Sheppard, and Trent Bailey.
We are pleased to announce several individuals at GreenWood who have been appointed to site leadership roles at projects across the U.S. Derrick Shifflett is now Site Manager at our project in Elkton, Virginia. Jeremy Farley has re-located to Emporia, Kansas to lead our project there as Site Leader. In the Greenville, SC area (Piedmont), Chris Culbreth has been named Site Leader to lead the maintenance team at this project. Congratulations to these new leaders at Team GreenWood!
Scott Hatfield has been named Maintenance Supervisor for our project location in Augusta, Georgia. Prior to joining this project, Scott was the maintenance lead at a neighboring project in Augusta. He spent 20 years in the Army as a helicopter mechanic before transitioning to air traffic control equipment repair and was deployed 5 times. After the Army, Scott earned an Associates in Industrial Systems Technology from Augusta Technical College.